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Advanced Bionics Cochlear Implant Review by Gardner Audiology

2015 Update

Naída CI Q70 (Naída CI), is the newest, most advanced behind-the-ear sound processor from Advanced Bionics. With a chic, lightweight design, Naída CI Q70 (Naída CI) features fun, fashionable colors, Phonak Binaural VoiceStream Technology™ and the industry’s first wireless bimodal streaming capabilities for high-performance hearing that is always instyle™.
They offer 100% wireless connectivity to consumer electronics (Bluetooth devices, phones and countless other popular consumer electronics by leading brands, including Apple, Samsung and Nokia)
With just one touch, Phonak Binaural VoiceStream Technology™ delivers volume adjustments, program changes, speech, and phone calls simultaneously to both processors, providing in sync hearing for two ears. You can enjoy an outstanding bilateral hearing experience with AB.

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Advanced Bionics was founded in 1993 by Alfred E. Mann with the mission to develop implantable patient care solutions that improve quality of life. Advanced Bionics was acquired by the Sonova Group in 2009 and began working with Phonak, a hearing aid company, allowing for greater access to engineering and technology advancements.

Advanced Bionics implants are upgradable, meaning as technology improves, the device can too, without need for additional surgeries.

Current processors include the Neptune, which is the only “swimmable” processor in the world and the Platinum Series which is a small body-worn option. The current implant from Advanced Bionics is the HiRes 90K family which features 16 independent current sources and a removable magnet for MRI compatability.

Advanced Bionics Cochlear Implant Apparatus